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Kang Jitian (1728-1813), courtesy name Zhonggeng, was a native of Xingxian County, Shanxi. In the twenty-second year of Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty (1757), he was first appointed to Zhixian of Xinyang (now part of Kunshan City), and later transferred to Zhi County of Zhaowen (now part of Changshu City). He has successively served as the inspector of Jiangsu, the governor of Jiangnan River, and the governor of Anhui, with outstanding political achievements. During his tenure of duty in Changshu, Kang Jitian organized the construction of Yuanhe Pond and the dredging of salt and iron ponds to facilitate the people. During his tenure in Changshu, Kang Jitian also vigorously established a college to assess the studies of students and promote the development of education.
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"Kindness and charity" has always been a highly regarded virtue in Chinese society, not only the state has long had a system of saving the famine and caring for the elderly and the young, but also charitable relief acts by individuals, clans, and religious groups have emerged one after another. Historically, civil forces have played an important role in disaster relief, especially after the middle of the Qing Dynasty, and even become the dominant force.
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